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‘Other Desert Cities’ in Warren

‘Other Desert Cities’ in Warren

A daughter returns home after a long absence to announce that she is publishing a memoir that dredges up a tragic event in the family’s history — a wound her parents, brother and aunt don’t want reopened. Featuring Ara Boghigian and Sharon Carpentier WHERE: 2nd Story Theatre, 28 Market St., Warren WHEN: Through April 12

Richard W. Dionne Jr. — Rhode Island Senator Jack Reed chats with Eileen Glynn and husband and WWII veteran William Glynn.

Reed presents East Providence octogenarian with WWII medals

EAST PROVIDENCE — Surrounded by family and friends, a city octogenarian finally received his recognition for his valor during a recent ceremony. William Glynn, 89, was presented with his formally presented with his medals earned during his service for his country in World War II Tuesday afternoon, March 31, at his residence, the Chestnut Terrance

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‘A Flea in Her Ear’ at Trinity

Trinity Rep continues Season 51: The Necessity of Human Connection with Georges Feydeau’s A Flea in Her Ear, directed by Associate Artistic Director Tyler Dobrowsky, with a new translation by Curt Columbus, and featuring Stephen Thorne as Camille Chandebise, Fred Sullivan, Jr. as Pocket and Alex Woodruff as Antoinette (shown.) Classic, sexy, with a modern

And they're off — runners bolt from the starting line of the Nayatt 1-mile race Saturday.

Hundreds run in annual Nayatt 5K events

A crowd of runners and onlookers stopped by Nayatt Elementary School in Barrington on Saturday for the Nayatt 5K 1-mile race, 5K, and 50-yard dashes. Following are the top 100 finishers from the 1-mile race and 5K: Nayatt 1-mile results 1. Lachlan Bishop 11 6:13 2. Dylan Buchanan 11 7:07 3. Violet Gagliano 9 7:10

Barrington High School's Helen Prates and Derek Carlson are pictured with RI Governor Gina Raimondo after they received Hobey Baker Character Awards.

Barrington players win Hobey Baker awards

Barrington High School’s Helen Prates and Derek Carlson were recognized with 2015 Hobey Baker Character Awards recently. Helen is a four-year player for the BHS girls’ ice hockey team and was a starter in net for the Eagles this year. “Helen is a very good goaltender, but more importantly, she represents exactly what Hobey Baker

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Rep. Marshall elected Bristol Democratic chairman

State Rep. Kenneth Marshall will lead the local Democratic party, taking over for John Faria, who stepped aside after 19 years leading the group. The Bristol Democrat Town Committee elected a slate of new officers for the 2015-2017 term. In addition to Chairman Marshall, the officers include Vice Chairperson Denise Asciola, Treasurer Tony Rego, Recording

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